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Guy Paget
Member of Parliament
for Bosworth
In office
15 November 1922 – 6 December 1923
Preceded byHenry McLaren
Succeeded byGeorge Ward
Personal details
Born
Thomas Guy Frederick Paget

(1886-07-29)29 July 1886
Died12 March 1952(1952-03-12) (aged 65)
Political partyConservative
RelationsReginald Paget (son)
Thomas Paget (great-grandfather)
Thomas Paget (great-uncle)

Major Thomas Guy Frederick Paget (29 July 1886 – 12 March 1952), was a British soldier and Conservative Party politician.

Paget was the son of Thomas Guy Paget, of Ibstock, Leicestershire. His great-grandfather Thomas Paget, of Lubenham, was a banker and represented Leicestershire in Parliament while his great-uncle, also named Thomas Paget, represented Leicestershire South and Harborough. Paget sat as Member of Parliament for Bosworth from 1922 to 1923.

During the 1922 general election campaign, Paget stood on an anti-German platform. Historians such as M.S.R. Kinnear have suggested that this position resonated with the Bosworth electorate. He gained 40.9% of the vote.[1]

Paget also wrote historical biographies of Medieval women, The Rose of Raby (about Cecily Neville), The Rose of London (about Jane Shore) and The Rose of Rouen (about Elizabeth Woodville).[2]

Paget died in March 1952, aged 65. His son Reginald was also a politician, for the Labour Party.

References

  1. ^ Kinnear, M. S. R. (18 June 1973). The Fall of Lloyd George: The Political Crisis of 1922. Springer. ISBN 9781349005208.
  2. ^ Garber, Marjorie, 2008Shakespeare and Modern Culture, Random House, 2008, p.121.

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Hon. Henry McLaren
Member of Parliament for Bosworth
19221923
Succeeded by
George Ward


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